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Hi Stu, In IE11 there are no curtains until reach bottom of page and then scrolling up reveals 'curtains', at 60% of SCREEN height, and closing to curtain base at SCREEN bottom when scroll places top of curtain at middle of VIEWPORT. Why waste time with SCREEN? Fiddly as VIEWPORT may be, it turns your curtain mess into an easily managed layout. BTW, here's another idea. Instead of only external style sheet for CSS, copy external CSS to style block in page head and comment style block. Yes, not new idea. We sell site management, not shared layouts. Lol. Did you get my Viewport drop line menu?
(25.05.2015, 08:56)



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